Valerie Pierce, Senior Software Architect, and Nic Easton, Nexus Scrum Master and Software Engineer III, talked with Scrum.org to prepare a case study on how Net Health overcame scaling challenges since adopting Scrum in 2014. It started by moving from a number of unassociated Scrum Teams to a collection of Scrum Teams within a single Nexus. As quoted by Scrum.org, “they believed self-organization and bottom-up intelligence gave them the greatest chance to successfully deliver on Net Health’s business objectives.”
Net Health found success in implementing the Nexus framework from Scrum.org. According to Chris Hayes, CTO and Board Director, “Because our teams were already familiar with Scrum, and we are big believers in self-organization, Nexus was our best option for successfully delivering on Net Health’s business objectives.” We’ve continued to have teams coming together producing integrated increments around one to three per Sprint.
Take a moment and see what Valerie and Nic covered with Scrum below:
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